Released in conjuction with the computer hacking movie "Sneakers" (1992), this floppy-based "computer press kit" contained many of the aspects of regular movie press kits, including cast bios, plots, and information on all aspects of production. It was intended for press, and as such is both "locked up" (via passwords) but also endeavored to help the same press get through the barriers as quickly as possible.
The balancing act between technical complexity and simplicity to ensure promotion is quite notable.
The program in question is DOS-based, and was released in 1992 as part of a package of both written and computer-based information.
This floppy is from the collection of Marcin Wichary.